Restaurants with Live Music in London

From swinging little jazz clubs through to requesting your own song, London's live music restaurants pack a whole lot into their spaces. No matter what type of night, or even brunch, you're looking for, live music restaurants in London have got it, with delicious menus, talented musicians and a whole heap of fun.

Last updated on 9th September 2019




The Piano Works Farringdon

1045 user reviews 4

Champagne & Cocktail Hour and 6 other offers

Whether you fancy a bit of Rihanna or are more after an old classic, the team at The Piano Works have got you covered. One of the most notorious live music restaurants in London, the spot is a party palace with a great brunch option too.

Jazz Cafe

20 user reviews 4

Drink For Free On Your Birthday!

A pioneer when it comes to London places to eat and listen to live music, Jazz Cafe doesn't miss a trick. From the mezzanine level with perfect views of the stage through to the bands that include well-known names and up and coming artists, this live music venue in London is seriously fun.

Old Street Records

423 user reviews 4

Cheap Date - 2 Pizzas and 2 Drinks for £19 and 1 other offer

When it comes to fun live music venues that serve food, you can't go far wrong with Old Street Records. Perfect for a first date, the casual spot excels in whacking pizzas and talented bands playing the best in chart hits.

Toulouse Lautrec Jazz Club

305 user reviews 5

Bringing Parisian vibes and award-winning music to Kensington comes Toulouse Lautrec Jazz Club. Looking for a date night with a big old side of live music? This spot will win you over with its French cuisine, fine wines and talented performers.

Blues Kitchen Shoreditch

48 user reviews 4

£5 cocktails and 3 other offers

If you're a fan of live music restaurants in London and you haven't been to Blues Kitchen Shoreditch - where have you been hiding? From the massive BBQ plates to the tribute nights, this corner will truly get the party started.

From mindful eating led by singers from the Epiphoni Consort and musicians from City of London Sinfonia to an exclusive alfresco performance of Opera Undone: La Bohème, this Covent Garden favourite is going all out this summer. Better yet? There's cocktails and canapes too.

@ Harlem Soul on Sunday 6th October and Sunday 3rd November 2019

Head over to Harlem Soul on the first Sunday of the month for the chance to get involved with their excellent gospel brunch. Tuck into the restaurant's selection of delicious eats, from vegan burgers and waffles to delicious pancakes, to the sound of a live gospel choir.